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Air Cargo Notes | 11 Apr 2024

Marketing Team

Welcome to this week's edition of Uzbekistan Air Cargo Notes, the first and only newsletter focusing on the latest news and insights into the dynamic air cargo market of Uzbekistan and Central Asia. This week we are reporting on Uzbekistan Airways to operate flights to Gatwick International Airport, Somon Air passing the operational safety audit and more. Read on to find out more.

Air Cargo Trends

Uzbekistan Airways started to operate flights to Gatwick International Airport (source)

Uzbekistan Airways connected Tashkent International Airport in Uzbekistan and Gatwick International Airport in London with direct passenger regular flights starting from 7 April 2024

The flights are operated every Sunday using Airbus 320 Neo equipment


Somon Air passed the IOSA safety audit (source)

Somon Air, a Tajikistan carrier has successfully passed the International Air Transport Association's (IATA) Operational Safety Audit

The airline has been granted the status of a safe international carrier and received a certificate valid until 20 March 2026


Utair to connect Tyumen and Samarqand (source)

Utair, a Russian airline is set to operate direct passenger flights ex Tyumen to Samarkand from 30 April 2024

● The flights will be operated once a week on a Boeing 737-800 aircraft


Find out More:

 AOG (Aircraft on Ground)

  Peculiarities of Perishable Logistics


Thank you for reading! We'll get back to you next Thursday with another edition of Uzbekistan Air Cargo Notes. If you missed a newsletter, check out the other editions of our newsletter

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